Chaviva Hošek, CIFAR President Emeritus, received the 2012 David C. Smith Award for her contributions to the university sector on October 11, 2012 in Toronto, ON. Hošek discussed the function of ...

Chaviva Hošek at 2012 David C. Smith Award Dinner

Published: October 12, 2012

Chaviva Hošek, CIFAR President Emeritus, received the 2012 David C. Smith Award for her contributions to the university sector on October 11, 2012 in Toronto, ON. Hošek discussed the function of education in enabling the next generation to take its role in Canadian economic life, while also suggesting that there is more to life than making a living.

 

"...It is nonetheless the job of universities in the here and now to prepare an increasing proportion of the next generation of young people to function in a world we cannot fully understand or predict." — Chaviva Hošek CIFAR President Emeritus

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